Now offering – Project Management Coaching, Mentoring and Training!

If you, or someone you know, is aspiring to reach high levels of project management competency, I can help! After multiple decades of leading high-profile, global initiatives and program management teams, it is time to formally announce my availability to provide project management coaching, mentoring and training. In the new year, I’ll share posts covering … Continue reading Now offering – Project Management Coaching, Mentoring and Training!

Project Reinvigoration thru Steady State Execution

Have you found yourself to be the key stakeholder (or sponsor) of a mission critical project that seems to be languishing or is heading in an unanticipated direction? This situation is not uncommon and is one of the primary reasons we, at Customer Centricity, are engaged. This two-part series shares the approach taken by one … Continue reading Project Reinvigoration thru Steady State Execution

On Considering PMP Certified Project Managers

As you might imagine, we've screened dozens upon dozens of Project Management (PM) candidates to augment our team. Fortunately, our vetting process has resulted in identifying a number of highly qualified resources who are available to engage with our clients. When sourcing PM's there are many factors we are looking for in a candidate's profile, including, but not … Continue reading On Considering PMP Certified Project Managers

On Hiring & Listening To One’s Gut

Let's face it. If we want a high performing team we must strive to hire the best possible people. But, how does one do that? While I’d never advertise myself as the ultimate expert on the subject, I have hired dozens upon dozens of people in my career. And, after doing so I can honestly … Continue reading On Hiring & Listening To One’s Gut

Getting The Most From Your Consulting Dollars – Is The Meter Always Running?

I was recently speaking with one of my clients as we considered the remaining project timeline, compared to the period of performance for the current contract. In a nutshell, when the initial contract was established it was anticipated that a Project Management resource would be needed on average 3 days per week through "at least" the end … Continue reading Getting The Most From Your Consulting Dollars – Is The Meter Always Running?